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Migration Exchange 2010 to Office 365 Exchange Online

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I migrate my local Exchange 2010 to Office365. All my accounts are on Office365 Exchange Online.

My question is about Uninstall Exchange 2010, because it is synchronized with Active Directory and I dont know if I can uninstall Exchange and stop the server.

I want to uninstall Exchange and I hope that it remove all associations with my Active Directory users accounts.

Someone know tell me if I can uninstall Exchange?

Thanks.
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If you are not running in Hybrid mode with Active Directory Federation Services, then yes, you can remove.
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Hello, I don't did Hybrid migration.

I just export the messages to PST and change MX on DNS Server, after I import PSTs on Office365.

So, now I just have remove Exchange?

My question is about problem the Exchange with Active Directory, because I want Exchange remove all configuration with AD.
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Removing/uninstalling exchange will remove all information about exchange in active directory.
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